(d) Four members from the telecommunications industry.
(e) Five members from the general public representing residential and business users.
(3) STAFF ASSISTANCE. The commission shall assign staff members as needed to facilitate the work of the council. The commission shall appoint a member of the commission staff to serve as staff liaison for the council. The liaison shall be a non-voting member and shall:
(a) Assist the council in obtaining subject matter expertise in the area of telecommunications privacy.
(b) Maintain the official record of the council, including membership, minutes of meetings, agenda and reports.
(c) Assist the chairperson in planning the agenda, time and place of meetings.
(d) Provide other administrative assistance as requested by the council.
(4) TERM. Members, other than those members appointed from the department of justice, the department of administration, and the joint committee on information policy, shall serve for three years.
(5) ORGANIZATION. The council shall elect from its membership a chairperson. Such elections shall be held at the first meeting of each calendar year. The term of office for these positions shall be one year.
(6) DUTIES. The telecommunications privacy council shall advise the commission concerning the administration of s. 196.209, Stats., the content of administrative rules adopted pursuant to s. 196.209 (1), Stats., and any other matters assigned to the council by the commission.
(7) MEETINGS. The telecommunications privacy council shall meet at least once each year.
(8) REIMBURSEMENT. Members of the telecommunications privacy council shall serve without compensation. Members, other than those members from the department of justice, the department of administration, the joint committee on information policy and the telecommunications industry, shall be reimbursed for their actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties as part of the telecommunications privacy council, subject to any budget guidelines the commission may adopt.
(9) BYLAWS. The telecommunications privacy council may adopt bylaws appropriate for the operation of the council.
Notice of Submission of Proposed Rules to the Presiding Officer of each House of the Legislature, Under S. 227.19, Stats.
Please check the Bulletin of Proceedings for further information on a particular rule.
Ch. HFS 139 - Relating to qualifications of public health professionals employed by local health departments.
Ch. HFS 140 - Relating to required services of local health departments.
Ch. HSS 138 - Relating to subsidized health insurance premiums for certain persons with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.
Ch. NR 140 - Relating to groundwater quality standards.
Chs. Phar 1 to 8, 10 and 12 to 14 - Relating to pharmacists and pharmacies.
S. PSC 112.05 - Relating to electric construction by electric public utilities and extensions of electric service requiring Public Service Commission review and approval.
Ch. RR 1 - Relating to hearing procedures and practices of the Office of the Commissioner of Railroads.
Ch. RR 3 - Relating to railroad ratemaking.
S. DWD 12.25 - Relating to amendments to the Learnfare program.
Administrative Rules Filed With The
Revisor Of Statutes Bureau
The following administrative rules have been filed with the Revisor of Statutes Bureau and are in the process of being published. The date assigned to each rule is the projected effective date. It is possible that the publication of these rules could be delayed. Contact the Revisor of Statutes Bureau at (608) 266-7275 for updated information on the effective dates for the listed rules.
An order repealing and recreating chs. Comm 122 and 128, relating to the Physician and Health Care Provider Loan Assistance Programs.
An order affecting ch. NR 149, relating to laboratory certification and registration.
Effective 07-01-98 and 09-1-99.
An order affecting ss. NR 10.01, 10.104, 10.27 and 10.28, relating to deer hunting and bonus antlerless deer permits.
Physical Therapists Affiliated Credentialing Board (CR 97-133):
An order affecting ss. PT 1.01, 1.03, 2.01, 2.02, 3.01, 4.01 and 6.01 and ch. PT 8, relating to application requirements, examinations, temporary licenses, unprofessional conduct and biennial license renewals of physical therapists.
The following administrative rule orders have been adopted and published in the May 31, 1998
Wisconsin Administrative Register. Copies of these rules are sent to subscribers of the complete Wisconsin Administrative Code, and also to the subscribers of the specific affected Code.
For subscription information, contact Document Sales at (608) 266-3358.
Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection (CR 97-125):
An order affecting chs. ATCP 29 and 30, relating to pesticide regulation.
An order repealing and recreating ch. DOC 311, relating to the placement of inmates in observation status for mental or medical health reasons.
An order affecting ss. WGC 13.05 and 13.15, relating to kennel license fees.
An order repealing chs. HFS 10 and 67 and HSS 118, relating to hearings on relief from institutional charges, a low-income standard for allocating state nutrition and senior volunteer funds and maintaining the confidentiality of personal facts included in medical information obtained by Department staff in the conduct of official business.
Insurance, Office of the Commissioner of (CR 97-137):
An order amending s. Ins 3.53, relating to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing procedures.
An order affecting ch. IB 1 and s. IB 2.02, relating to restrictions on Investment Board employes.
An order creating s. Med 10.02 (2) (zb), relating to dispensing or prescribing of controlled substances for the treatment of obesity.
An order affecting ss. NR 103.02, 103.06, 103.07, 103.08, 299.05 and 504.04, relating to water quality standards for wetlands, water quality certification and landfill location, performance, design and construction criteria.
An order affecting ss. NR 182.07, 182.075, 182.08 and 182.14, relating to regulation of groundwater quality at metallic mining sites.